9 years after Champions league triumph, Liverpool release film in celebration of Istanbul 2005, as they prepare for UCL action after 4 years absence
It is exactly 9 years since Rafael Benitez led a resilient Liverpool side to a historic champions league win in Istanbul turkey; after going three goals down in the first half, The Reds came back up in the second, equalling the scoreline and afterwards beating AC Milan in the penalty shooutout
After that feat, it has been a ‘tori tardy’ for the Anfield club
They are returning to the Champions league after a 4 year absence and the club is celebrating it with the release of a movie to commemorate its 2005 win
Liverpool yesterday released the film ‘One Night A Train’, you’d love it
The movie features in one scene, a man tied to a chair, who could not be restrained from celebrating Steven Gerrard’s opener, before two more from Czech international Vladimir Smicer made it a double, and Xabi Alonso sealing a 3-3 tie into extra time.
Reds legend, Robbie Fowler also debuted in the movie
Liverpool is drawn in Group B against holders, Real Madrid; Bulgarian club Ludogorets and FC Basel of Switzerland.
Brendan Rodgers and his lad play their first UCL game at home to Ludogorets on September 16.